BBC weather WARNING: 'Miserable' day as SNOW dump and powerful gales strike UK

BBC Meteorologist Louise Lear wanted that Wednesday would see a “cold start to the day, with temperatures hovering around and just below freezing.” She said: “Some icy stretches possible. An area of low pressure is going to drift its way steadily westwards throughout the day.

“Some of the rain will be heavy at times, accompanied by coastal gales and some snow again to the higher ground.

“Elsewhere, sunny spells and scattered showers.

“But it is going to be windy.

“Gales into Scotland and Northern Ireland.

“It be between six and nine degrees.

“But, if you factor the strength and the direction of that wind - a cool northerly at time - that is going to make it feel really quite cold.

“As we move out of Wednesday that area of low pressure slips its way southwest and parks itself just off the coast of Cornwall.

“Eight to ten 10 degrees - just that little bit warmer.

“And that’s going to be the story as we move towards the end of the week and into the weekend.

“Drier with a little more sunshine coming through.

“Bear that in mind if you’re going to be out and about tomorrow because it’s going to be pretty miserable.

“But the end of the week will not be as cold and will be largely dry.”

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